Parent Reminders

    • Medication for the 2023/2024 school year can be dropped off with your School Nurse between the hours of 8:00 AM- 3:30 PM on August 2nd & 3rd. NO MEDICATION WILL BE TAKEN ON AUGUST 4TH, THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL!
    • During the first full week of school, August 7th -11th,  medication can be dropped off with your School Nurse by APPOINTMENT ONLY!
    • Regular medication drop-off will resume on August 14th, 2023. 
    • The first couple of weeks are very hectic for everyone! Thank you for your understanding of our alternative medication drop-off schedule during these times!  As always, please feel free to reach out to your school nurses or myself if you have any questions or concerns!
    • Do not send any kind of medication to school with your child. You must bring it to school in person. Please refer to page 14 in the OCS Student Handbook. Students found with medication not authorized by school officials will be handled as per the Code of Conduct. 
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    • Angela Wessner, RN

    • Lead Nurse Ozark City Schools


    • 334-774-5197 ext. 5009

Health Services

  • Health Services promotes the health of all students, affording them an opportunity to better participate in learning and receive the maximum benefit from their instructional program. Barriers to learning that can accompany a variety of chronic and acute health conditions must be identified and minimized for students to participate and learn to their maximum potential.

    The Health Services program is designed to focus on the health status of students; to educate and counsel students, teachers, and parents related to health issues; to help prevent and control communicable disease; to provide emergency care for injury and/or sudden illness; to promote optimum conditions in school buildings; to promote health education as an integral part of the curriculum.

Last Modified on July 23, 2023